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Standard surface refers to the front face of the acrylic print. When your image is printed first surface the ink will be on the front of the print, giving a matte look where the image is printed.
Second surface refers to the backside of the acrylic print. When you print using second surface, the image will be printed on the back so that it is visible through the front of the print. This allows your print to have a glossy, glass-like effect. This appearance is sometimes, or can be, described as a sheen or lustre. Most customers are looking for a second surface print when purchasing acrylic photo prints.
The file size limit is 25MB. If you’re looking to upload a file that is greater than 25MB, first upload a low-resolution version of that file/image before placing your order. Once your order is placed, please note in the customer comments field on the checkout page that you want to replace the low-res file with a high-res version. Once that is submitted, go to upload.signs.com to upload the high-resolution file and make any comments regarding your design needs. We will then use the higher resolution version of your photo in order to print the best looking custom print possible.
If you have any questions about the file size or if you need assistance in designing your print, contact us.
Standoffs are ½” in diameter and ¾” in length, and made from brushed anodized aluminum. They allow your print to, as the name implies, ‘standoff’ from the wall. Standoffs include a drywall mount and screws. Standoffs are the most common way of displaying an acrylic print or sign regardless of whether it is for home or business use respectively.
In a professional environment, acrylic prints can enhance any office or workspace. Place prints in lobbies, hallways, offices, conference rooms, break rooms, and common areas. Use acrylic prints to showcase company logos, room numbers, inspirational quotes, building directories, works of art, portraits, landscapes, and more.
These are just a few suggestions on how you can incorporate an acrylic print into your wall decor. There really isn’t a limit to how you can use acrylic, so feel free to explore different ways to create artwork using this material.
Once the holes in the wall are drilled, place the drywall anchors (only necessary for drywall) into the holes. Take the standoffs (not attached to your print) and screw them into the holes. Attach the print to the anchored standoffs, making sure the included rubber washers are placed against both sides of the print.